About The Cannabinoids We Carry
Delta-8 is a form of THC, similar to delta-9 THC. Delta-8 is known to give very similar effects as delta-9. However, many people report that they do not feel paranoia and other side effects that are felt when taking delta-9. Delta-8 gives a potent body effect leaving you feeling relaxed and euphoric. Delta-8 is said to help some people with pain, inflammation, digestion, and other ailments.
Delta-9 THC is the commonly known THC. Delta-9 was federally illegal in the USA and many other countries around the world until recently. This potent cannabinoid has gotten a bad rap in the past for its psychoactive properties and stigmas. We are just now discovering some of the amazing benefits of this compound. Delta-9 THC has been shown to help with pain, nausea, inflammation, epilepsy symptoms, and many other ailments.
Delta-10 is a form of THC, similar to Delta-9 and Delta-8 THC. Delta-10 has been reported to give a cerebral effect, leaving you feeling uplifted and euphoric.
THC-V is another form of THC, similar to delta-9, delta-10 and delta-8 THC. Most reports from consumers say THC-V causes similar effects to other forms of THC, however, it has a very energizing, sativa like effect. In higher doses THC-V has also had reports of appetite suppressant qualities, meaning you could have less munchie side effects from this form of THC!
HHC is our newest cannabinoid and is known as the “artist’s high.” HHC is a cannabinoid very similar to THC but is not quite the same. It is said to provide very similar effects to Delta-8 THC as well as being very cerebral and enhancing creativity. HHC being a hexa-hydrocannabinoid (HHC) instead of a tetra-hydrocannabinoid (THC), makes it a potent psychoactive cannabinoid that is still legal in most of the United States.
THCA is a natural compound found in raw cannabis plants and is the precursor to THC, the psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with cannabis use. Unlike THC, THCA is non-psychoactive but has therapeutic properties such as anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and anti-proliferative effects. When heated, THCA converts to THC, which is why it’s important to heat cannabis before consuming it to experience the psychoactive effects of THC. THCA is used to create cannabis-infused products that don’t produce a “high” and is gaining popularity in the medical cannabis community as an alternative to THC for its therapeutic benefits.